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I dropped my FX991ES PLUS calculator and cracked the screen. Can I replace the screen?

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If you find someone able and willing to do it, the repair will cost more than simply getting a new calculator.

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You are confusing this calculator with one of its more sophisticated brothers (FX 115 ES Plus or FX991ES plus). The 82 ES plus has only three modes.

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Given the cost of the calculator, it probably will be much cheaper to just replace the calculator rather than paying for and installing a new screen.

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I suggest simply getting a new calculator. That will be faster, less expensive, and easier than getting the calculator repaired.

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The Casios FX-115 ES , FX-115 ES PLus, FX-991 ES, FX-991 ES Plus C can perfom numerical differentiation at a point, and numerical integration between two given limits.

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Chances are it is too far gone. You could send it to TI for repair but that will cost almost as much as buying a new one.

Sorry :(

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my son dropped his and cracked the screen 2 days ago.Called TI no replacement parts.Spoke to the head of the math dept.at school he also said they have called for repair and no luck. Solution is we have to write a check to the school for $120 since they supply the calculator

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Well, this might not be right, but check the Brightness. Hit 2nd, then the down arrow. repeat this a few times. see if that works.

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